- Sorry (but not sorry): We need to discuss Apple. Ladies and gentlemen, start your gongs!
- The Mac transition to ARM and how this is better than Windows 10 on ARM
- The new macOS UX and how this is better/more consistent than Fluent in Windows 10
- The new iOS 14 UX and how it's the same thing as live tiles, just 10 years later
- Related: Microsoft complained about Apple's business practices; Apple subtly announced small changes to address the concerns.
- Edge memory improvements are coming to Chrome too
- Consumer features start appearing in Teams on mobile in preview
- Skype for Windows 10 and Skype desktop are consolidated. Confused yet?
- From the "oh, you'll pay" department: Edge enterprise sync comes to Microsoft 365 Business Premium; Windows Defender ATP comes to Android in preview
- Send Later feature coming to Outlook on the web. Some of it, anyway.
- Microsoft shuts down Mixer
- More Game Pass games coming this week!
- Tip of the week: Paul embraces Linux, and you should too. How to correctly install and configure WSL 2. What's the future of WSL?
- App pick of the week: Opera. Opera 69 for desktop picks up Twitter integration.
- Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft's latest acquisitions in data modeling and IoT. It's always interesting to see where Microsoft is putting its acquisition dollars. In the past two weeks, the company bought a data-modeling company, ADRM Software, and an IoT security company, CyberX.
- Developer pick of the week: Microsoft releases phase one of OpenJDK for Windows 10 on ARM. Microsoft loves Java!
- Cocktail pick of the week: Grand Cosmo: A tribute to CosmoDB (COME ON)... Paul's wife's unique take on a Cosmopolitan:
- 6 parts pear vodka
- 2 parts Grand Marnier (or triple sec or Cointreau)
- 2 parts lime juice
- 4 parts cranberry juice
- Shake with ice and serve over ice. Garnish with a lime wedge or slice.
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